behold honda.com :wowNoRice4u2Day said:i know the thing packs like 230 ish HP, but what exactly is in it? i remember reading that it was a SOHC.....
The Dodge Magnum and Charger does that. They call it "MDS" or "Multiple-Displacement System". Not sure if any of the trucks have it, but I would assume so...MacTown said:Hmmm? Dont know where i heard that/ or thought that up??? :confused
The advanced Multiple Displacement System (MDS) uses electronics to switch from eight cylinders to four during cruising and light acceleration, delivering up to 350 horsepower with the fuel economy of a large V6. The transition is seamless and imperceptible, requiring a mere 40 milliseconds (0.04 seconds) to activate or deactivate the telescoping lifters, fuel injectors, and sparkplugs.
Tuning 101 said:The Dodge Magnum and Charger does that. They call it "MDS" or "Multiple-Displacement System". Not sure if any of the trucks have it, but I would assume so...
f150 is a good truck, but not really comparable to the ridgeline. the ranger is a closer competitor in my mindGlenfiddich_man said:behold honda.com :wow
If you want my feelings on the Ridgeline, I bought a F-150